Author Archives: Trevor Ives

Spitalfields Market #2

Such lovely light in this place  Aperture: ƒ/5.6 Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark III Focal length: 38mm ISO: 100 Shutter speed: 1/40s

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Spitalfields #3

Many interesting things to see and some even t0 buy!

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Spitalfields Market #1

Spitalfields Market – Mexican food truck  Aperture: ƒ/4.5 Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark III Focal length: 27mm ISO: 400 Shutter speed: 1/40s

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A slow walk in the city

Tonight we met an old friend in the city for dinner and took a slow stroll along the Thames, crossing over Millenium Bridge. After a grimey afternoon that saw us reaching for plastic ponchos, we were treated a lovely sunset. … Continue reading

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Close up and personal

The Gerkin is fast becoming one of the signatures of London’s skyline. It’s really quite a weird-shaped building. But without a privileged viewpoint, one has to walk up close to the building to see it, and when you get there, … Continue reading

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London gallery

Here’s a few random photos from London as a gallery.  Aperture: ƒ/4 Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark III Focal length: 24mm ISO: 1600 Shutter speed: 1/40s

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The wheel in the sky keeps on turning

You can’t exactly go to London and NOT see the London Eye. Even if you don’t want to, you will. We had no plans on joining the masses for a 30min jaunt above the buildings (technically, only HALF would be … Continue reading

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From pristine to grunge

We rode the open-topped bus like real tourists as it’s a great way to see the city. You hit the highlights and see angles you wouldn’t from the street. Mayfair in London sure is quite opulent and grand. So this … Continue reading

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Seen on the streets of London

As with any large city, there’s a lot to see while just walking about. Yes, there’s many museums and stores to go into a look around, but often the best thing is to just wander the streets and follow one’s … Continue reading

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London architecture – attempt #2

This afternoon, we took one of the clique’d open-top bus tours. Surprisingly, it’s a very good way of seeing the city (any city really) and our guide was very good. Despite the wind, we had a great time. The above … Continue reading

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